Ok, it’s a bit overdue. But better late than never! BioBase customers will now see an updated and enhanced viewer for their EcoSound and EcoSat. No longer will users have to struggle to get their map to fit within the little square box of the old viewer with a Bing zoom level that either zoomed … Continue reading "New BioBase Viewer Released"
02/03/2020 - BioBase Applications benefiting conservation of UK’s Wetlands
Fisheries Scientist Jim Lyons from the UK’s Environment Agency has been in action over the last few months introducing Yorkshire Fisheries Officers to the benefits of the BioBase system. Following two days of survey work on a couple of gravel pit fisheries in the area the team received a report less than a week later. … Continue reading "BioBase Applications benefiting conservation of UK’s Wetlands"
01/07/2020 - BioBase: tips and lessons learned
In the 8+ years BioBase has been in service, we’ve seen our share of sonar logs and maps (both good and bad). We’ve learned some things and improved back-end processes that have resulted in you getting better maps processed faster. But we’ve also learned from you, our users, about strategies and techniques that result in … Continue reading "BioBase: tips and lessons learned"
10/30/2019 - New EcoSat Feature: Reclassify individual vegetation polygons
EcoSat is a first of its kind semi-automated satellite imagery processing tool that’s part of the BioBase cloud mapping platform (Figures 1 and 2). EcoSat is helping several US states and countries map and monitor the status of shallow growing aquatic vegetation and benthic habitats. In this blog, we discuss several tips and tricks about … Continue reading "New EcoSat Feature: Reclassify individual vegetation polygons"